‘Where Could I Live Like This in Israel?’: The Israeli Couple Calling Panama Home

More and more young Israelis leave their country to find a better and easier future somewhere else. Sara-Lee and Gilad Sivan left Israel behind to live on a beautiful beachfront in Panama. The views are breathtaking and they commune with nature, but admit it’s not for everyone

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Scenes from the Sivans' new life in Panama.
Scenes from the Sivans' new life in Panama.
Kenan Reuveni
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